Corsair SP2200 Pro Reviews
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Corsair SP2200 Reviews7
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"With the SP2200 Corsair has brought to market a speaker system that is sure to dominate its price-point. While its big brother SP2500 may have power and exceptional level of quality going for it the SP2200 is no slouch, it packs a mean punch for such a compact setup."
"The SP2200 is designed for gamers and media enthusiasts. It aims to deliver big gaming sound that doesn't use up a lot of space."
"If you love that mid-scooped sound and place a high emphasis on "bassy and loud", then the good price and great build quality of the Corsair SP2200 might be just the ticket. If you want a more well-rounded set of speakers that are as at home with a full selection of audio sources, then you might be best served looking elsewhere. Still the impressive undistorted volume, excellent build quality and ease of connectivity at £39 make the Corsair SP2200s worthy of our OC3D Bronze Award."
"On the other hand, with bass level at approximately 1/4 of max. the SP220 becomes a much nicer speaker system that is small and attractive and that can be connected to three devices at once. The SP2200 is a decidedly average speaker system, and I would recommend it if you have the ability to use it at moderately high levels. The only problem then is the price. Currently it can be had as low as $90 with most places selling for approximately $100. As a moderately powered 2.1 system with a few drawbacks, I don't feel it's worth so much money. Were it priced somewhere around $70-$75 I would recommend giving it chance. If you can find it for that much either used or on sale, try it out. Otherwise, let it pass."
"While it may seem that we give out a lot of Editor's Choice awards to Corsair, it's hard not to, as each one is well-deserved. If you are looking to spend $100 on speakers, but want quality over quantity (missing out on a 5.1 system), then the Corsair SP2200s are very much worth the price; and without a doubt get our Editor's Choice award."